RE: Rumsfeld Says...

From: Jeremy Bradley (
Date: Mon Mar 11 2002 - 11:34:31 GMT

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    At 10:18 PM 10/03/02 +0000, you wrote:
    >The art is in the Kimberley region and is know as the the Bradshaw
    >formations after the rancher that discovered them. most are uncatalogued.
    >This was in New Scientist 19th May, 2001, No. 2291.
    >2 websites, which i have not checked are cited and these are;
    >Sorry i could not be more of a help.
    That's OK Steve
    I thought that it was the so-called Bradshaws that you were talking about.
    I saw them some years ago. It is true that they are very old, and that they
    are dissimilar to other art. However it is a contentious suggestion that
    they were painted by another race which predates Aboriginal occupation.
    Bradshaw claimed that the art was to fine to have been drawn by Aboriginals
    as he perceived them as a crude people.
    All I can say to that Steve is there is no evidence that anyone predated
    them. In fact Homo Australus (sp?) is the oldest modern hominoid yet found.
    Thanks for your time.

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